Data Analysis and Reporting

 

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WET can design the right reporting system for your project and can help you specify, acquire, install and maintain equipment and software for data collection and display. WET specializes in the following:

  • Data Collection
  • Data Management
  • Data Analysis and Problem Solving
  • Data Reporting

Data Collection

WET can collect spatial data using mapping or survey-grade Global Positioning System (GPS) technology. WET can also correct and project GPS data for seamless integration with GIS software. In addition existing data sources can be digitized or information from other formats, such as AutoCAD, can be translated to a GIS database.

Data Management

WET can develop automated data collection systems that can quickly increase the amount of spatial data that can be managed. Database design and development are critical components of any GIS project. Our experience will ensure that your projects’ spatial data components are well organized and robust right from the start.

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Data Analysis and Problem-Solving

Analysis of spatial data is often the first step in the development of environmental or hydrologic models. WET can design a GIS systems approach to problem-solving with customized tools for:

  • Hydrologic analyses
  • Streamflow forecasting
  • Environmental impact assessment
  • Operations management.
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WET has the expertise to develop custom software and graphic user interfaces (GUIs) to enhance the capabilities of other proven programs and integrate them with ArcGIS. GIS datasets are commonly input directly into other modeling software, allowing design options to be analyzed quickly, accurately and economically.

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Data Reporting

WET has developed multiple custom reporting tools to efficiently produce important results in a clean and concise manner. One of these tools developed includes a hydrologic data reporting tool.

This reporting tool is coupled with Hydrolynx software so that users can take readings from any PT Sensor or rain gage in the system and export the hydrologic data to a spreadsheet. Once imported into the spreadsheet, a graphical user interface (GUI) has been developed to allow users to specify the desired data to be reported. The GUI can be modified to match project needs. The tool expedites the creation of data reports in standard formats, including USGS stream flow reports.